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Saskatchewan Big Game Draw

The Saskatchewan big game draw, first introduced in 1958, provides a fair and equitable method to allocate a limited number of licences to ensure the long-term sustainability of game populations. In 2013, an additional draw was added for Canadian residents to apply for a limited number of Canadian resident white-tailed deer licences.

The deadline for submitting applications was May 25. No further applications will be accepted without any exceptions. Results of the draw are available by mid-June, with the exception of the pronghorn draw which is completed in mid-July. To check the status of your draw applications, visit the draw orders page in the My Account section of your web account. If drawn your awarded licences will be available to purchase beginning August 1.

Saskatchewan Resident Big Game Draw (does not apply to Canadian and non-residents)

Note that the number of big game draw applicants has increased significantly in recent years. Therefore the likelihood of being drawn may be very low for some hunts, even for applications in the top priority pool. Hunters are advised to review previous year’s results to assist them with selecting hunt choices that will improve their chances of being drawn.

2016 Saskatchewan Resident Big Game Draw Results Summary

SpeciesTotal ApplicantsDrawnUnsuccessfulZone 99Percent Drawn
Elk28122324920866400711.60%
Moose42051589833517263614.00%
Mule Deer32313398726074225212.30%
Pronghorn11702140887726851.20%
Antlerless Mule Deer110683279684394629.60%
Youth (Antlerless Mule Deer)65547518072.50%

How to Apply

Have a question? Visit the FAQ page or Visit the Government of Saskatchewan website.

Canadian Resident White-tailed Deer Draw (does not apply to Saskatchewan residents or non-residents)

2016 Canadian Resident White-tailed Deer Draw Summary

Total ApplicantsDrawnUnsuccessfulPercent Drawn
Family-First1,0531,0153896.39%
Unsponsored2,5432412,3029.48%
Total3,5961,2562,34034.93%

How to Apply

Have a question? Visit the FAQ page or Visit the Government of Saskatchewan website.